For the book “The voice on the radio” chapter 6,7,8,9, and 10 answer the 15 questions and each answer should be 1 or 2 sentences long. 1- Select the strongest piece of textual evidence to support
an inference from the text. The student draws the inference. 2- Select the sentence that best states the theme of the passage. How does the author develop this theme in the passage? 3- What
universal statement about human behavior does the author make in this passage? How does the author develop this statement throughout the passage? 4- Draw a conclusion about character or plot and
select a line of dialogue of incident from the text as support 5- How is the narrator’s mood revealed in this scene? Highlight 2 sentences that reveal this mood 6- Sample quotation form the
passage. What does this line say about the character of the protagonist? 7- Select how the author establishes the tone of the story. Select the sentence from the text to support your response. 8-
How does the author’s word choice impact the tone of the story? 9- What is the effect of the phrase (excerpted text) in paragraph 1? 10- The author uses phrases like (excerpted text) and (excerpted
text). 11- What effect does figurative language have on the passage? Select an example for the text that shows this 12- How does character A’s on the standing of the main character’s actions differ
from the reader’s understanding of the main character’s actions? How does this difference affect the tone of the passage? 13- Analyze the purpose of presenting the information in diverse media and
format (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) and evaluate the motives (e.g., social, com) 14- Select textual evidence to delineate or evaluate an explicit argument, claim, or piece of evidence
in the text. The argument, claim, or evidence may be identified. 15- Select a sentence containing relevant and supportive evidence for the text’s central argument. Select a sentence containing
irrelevant or inappropriate evidence.